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Rap Guide to Consciousness

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From the Fringe program:

Fringe First winner and "peer reviewed rapper" Baba Brinkman explores the scientific study of consciousness in a new hip-hop comedy. Baba's brain is made of 90 billion neurons and not one of them has any clue that he exists. And yet somehow those cells come together to produce a steady stream of ill rhymes, laughs and mind-blowing scientific findings.

"Astonishing and brilliant" – NY Times

5 STARS "Funny and fascinating" – Chortle.co.uk

5 STARS "Close to perfect" – The Skinny

5 STARS "Truly awe-inspiring" – The Scotsman

Show Length: 60 minutes
Suggested Audience: Parental Guidance
Warnings: Mild language, sexual content

 

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